|KWA Full Metal KZ75 NS2 Airsoft Gun
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The KWA KZ75 is a very popular pistol replica of one of the most popular pistols to come from the Czech Republic. The real gun is known amongst pistol shooters for it's reliability and reasonable price tag, and now KWA is bringing the same qualities to the airsoft version. The control operations and break down are almost the same as the real article. The slide release, ambidextrous safety, disassembly lever, and magazine release are all functional. The KWA KC75 is agreat gun for great price.
System: Gas Blow Back
Gas Type: Green Gas
Magazine Capacity: 23+1
Muzzle Velocity: 300-330 FPS
Package Includes: gun, gun magazine, and manual
Full Metal Slide, Body
Functional Safety Switch
KWA Warranty Information:
KWA offers a 45-days warranty on all of their products, this Warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship in
KWA products occurring during the warranty period. If during the applicable warranty period from the date of original
consumer purchase your KWA product is found to be defective by KWA USA; KWA USA will repair, or at its option,
replace with new, used, or equivalent model, such defect product without charge for parts or labor. THIS WARRANTY IS
VALID IN THE U.S.A. ONLY. FEDERAL REGULATIONS PROHIBITS THE REMOVAL OF ORANGE SAFTEY MARKING FROM ALL AIRSOFT GUNS.
REMOVAL OF ORANGE SAFETY MARKING WILL VOID ALL WARRANTY!
For more information regarding the KWA Warranty visit www.kwausa.com
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|   2013-10-17 11:44:03|
For: KWA Full Metal KZ75 NS2 Airsoft Gun
Let me just say first that this gun is a great gun. It just... Is lacking for the skirmisher and the poor-softer.
I bought this last year from a local dealer. The dealer warned me about using straight propane from those propane adapters. It also says clearly on the box to only use green gas and .25 weight BBs. Well I ignored that warning and now I see why that it's bad to do so. These are my experiences with the gun.
First, when I ran it on propane for about three full magazines with out the lubrication that is in green gas, it doesn't shoot the BB in the chamber. It will cycle the slide and keep feeding rounds in the chamber but somehow the nozzle will not propel gas to actually shoot the bb. The result is, about every five rounds, it finally fires all the rounds in the barrel and it pathetically sprays out like little balls of spit out of your mouth when you sneeze. Lesson learned. Use green gas. So I'm screwed because I live in Iowa which you can only get green gas through the internet. I'm also poor and lazy so I remedied this problem by shooting some gun lube from Remington into the nozzle. Then it runs like a champ... for about three mags. Then I spray in more lube.
Second, the Lube I sprayed into the nozzle ruined the hopup bucking. The hopup works and is adjustable but the accuracy is garbage as the BBs consistently go to the right or left at the point where the hop up perceivably kicks in. Despite the fact that I use cheap walmart crossman .20s, the hopup is optimized pretty much for heavier weight BBs like .25s. So all this is understandable. I'm sure if I didn't use the wrong lube or crappy ammunition the gun would shoot marginally well. Not fantastic, but pretty good.
Thirdly, the magazine, when I slammed one in with the slide open, the base plate on one one of them broke off. This is because the magazine base plate is held by thin metal rails that don't offer a whole lot of support when I slammed the mag in the gun. They broke. I cried. The mag looks ugly. Still works fine but now I'm really careful about how I put the mags in the gun. Also, the magazine release is plastic and it is prone to letting the mag slide up and down instead of being flush and solid. I wish KWA would have made this gun for idiots like me. Like perhaps securing the mag plate into grooves on the magazine or making the magazine release out of steel so it doesn't slide around in the gun and the base plate doesn't slam against the frame... This kinda seems like a no brainer to me. Why wouldn't they not do that?
All in all, I get kills with this gun. A lot of them. I feel like a boss with this gun when I run up to buildings and get quick kills. An extra mag helps. Get one, even though they are really expensive. The gas system is really great on gas, which is why I bought it. I also bought it because the ergonomics are based off the CZ 75, which is the most comfortable gun I've ever felt for my medium sized hands.
The trigger is sweet! I love the crispness of it. The gun feels like an extension of my arm. This is a great side arm and it gets more use than my primary because of my run and gun play style. It's great, but... I get the feeling that it wasn't designed with me in mind. I get the feeling it was designed for collectors who always wanted a CZ 75 airsoft gun. It's great, but finicky. It needs to be babied. But this baby is sweet. If you have the money to run this gun the way it was supposed to ran. Get it. If not, I'd look to KWA's more robust offerings, like perhaps their USP NS2 guns.
The KZ 75 is a diamond in the rough, a pretty good gun that would shine if KWA put it through another version with better, more user friendly upgrades. KWA, are you listening? I like your product but could you make them with the mind that people will be hard on them?
I'm Kirk Phillips. I enjoy the KZ 75 and I'm rough on my guns. Please take my opinion with a huge grain of salt.
Ergonomics are great for right hand users
Overall... yes, it is a robust gun
It's good fun
Accuracy could be improved (I'm not the only who thinks this)
Plastic where I'd like or prefer to be steel
Poor finish (on mine at least)
Has a strict diet of .25 bbs and green gas
Not designed with the common folk in mind (IMHO)
I give it four stars for what I can do with it.
|   2013-03-23 22:56:12|
T. PHAM verified buyer
For: KWA Full Metal KZ75 NS2 Airsoft Gun
I've had this for a year now and it still performs great. It is my first gas gun. The blowback is very crisp and the gun is very accurate and shoots at a reasonable velocity (as advertised).
I've taken good care of it by using good BB's and cleaning/lubing it after every use.
Unfortunately, it jammed a lot when I first got it, and it still does so now every now and then.
It has a few quirks as well (see cons).
Once the cosmetic ejector flew off and I had to buy a new one for $7 from KWA. I superglued the new ejector on and it's still stuck there.
Overall it's a good gun though it probably was not worth the $165 due to the weird habits.
Works with propane gas
Realistic appearance (with a unique serial number) and action--slide locks back with last shot
Jams occur every now and then
Safety sometimes doesn't work (press hard enough on the trigger with the safety on and it will go off)
Magazine is very vulnerable to dust
Magazine has to be loaded a certain way or it will jam
BBs get stuck in magazine if loaded the wrong way and the spring + follower in magazine is let go.
Not super-reliable, but when it works, it works very well
|   2012-11-12 14:10:32|
T. SUNG verified buyer
For: KWA Full Metal KZ75 NS2 Airsoft Gun
So I've had this gun for a while now, and I have some mixed feelings about it. The finish of the gun is spectacular. KWA could not have done a better job making a good looking gun, and it also feels good in your hand. This has got to be one of the most comfortable guns I have ever held. More so than a Glock, 1911, M9, M93R, and it just surpasses the Sig Sauer P226(remeber that is a personal opinion), The gas efficiency is through the roof, I can get off so many rounds on one fill; this gun is the Toyota Prius of airsoft. With that said, the Prius does has it's drawbacks. For one, the kick, while being very crisp, is minimal. I can barely feel that I'm firing a GBB. This is thanks to the ultra light aluminum slide, which helps with cycle rate but it keeps the recoil felt to a minimum. It seems very reliable but when fielding it at 12 AM with the temperature dropping around the low 50's high 40's, the gun started to do some odd things. It would barely cycle(barely being the operative word, it still did cycle), sometimes firing a 3 round burst, and then occasionally not lock back on the final shot. My WE G18c on the other hand was performing all night. When I got home, the KZ75 required a heavy cleaning, while the WE was fine. I'd also compare the KZ75 to an M4; reliable, though slightly weaker, and requires maintenance to perform. I won't complain about any accessibility issues when it comes to using the slide release and such because that won't be KWA's fault(but it is somewhat difficult to reach). I think KWA failed to invest as much as they could have into this gun, seeing as it is one the outliers in terms of popularity.
-NS2 system (No cooldown)
Orange tip is a part of the barrel. Non removable
Outperformed by my WE, expected a lot more from KWA
Parts accessibility (Almost no upgrade potential)
Overall, it's a great gun, just not KWA's best. 4 out of 5
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|This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 March, 2010.
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